Overview Develop a range of skills valued by employers Our course combines broad theoretical skills of modern psychology practice with a focus on the neuroscientific explanations and research of human behaviour. You’ll study in the psychology department which has some of the most high-tech equipment available. In our sector-leading laboratory, you’ll have access to all the facilities you would imagine from a top class lab – psychophysiological monitoring, electroencephalography (EEG), and more. Even in eventualities where we are unable to be in the laboratory or classroom together, we aim to use virtual tools to help you develop key practical skills. The course is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and you’ll have access to membership once you graduate with your psychology and neuroscience degree, providing you gain a 2:2 award or above. After graduation, you can choose to progress into postgraduate training or pursue a career in law, politics or teaching. Previous graduates have gone on to work with companies like Pro Star Academy, Royal Free Hospital, and more. Learn in an active environment Throughout your degree you’ll study the foundations of psychology and neuroscience, broadening your understanding and knowledge of the disciplines. You’ll learn by researching, analysing and processing complex data and real-life case studies. Designed to give you a deep understanding of psychology, this course sets you up perfectly for further postgraduate training. It also teaches you transferable skills required for a career across a wide range of industries. During the course you’ll also have the option to undertake a work placement so you can test the skills you've built up throughout your modules. This year long placement sets you up to succeed when you go on to your postgraduate career. A wide range of influential and established organisations are involved with the placement course, for example Great Ormond Hospital School, St Georges Hospital, Priory Hospital, Institute of Psychiatry, Institute of Education, University College London, Holloway Prison, and the Metropolitan Police. Supporting you in your career Our personalised approach gives you the support you need to succeed as a student. While you're an undergraduate or foundation year student, you’ll have a Personal Tutor directly related to your course. If you need support with academic writing, numeracy and library skills, we’ll be sure to provide it. Our Student Learning and Graduate Academic Assistants have studied your subject and can support you based on their own experience.
Year 1 - Compulsory Mind and Behaviour in Context (30 credits) Fundamental Neuroscience (30 credits) Preparing for Academic Success (15 credits) Psychological Statistics (15 credits) Research Methods & Design in Psychology (30 credits) Year 2 - Compulsory Research Methods & Ethics in Psychology (30 credits) Applied Clinical Neurophysiology (30 credits) Social, Personality and Developmental Psychology (30 credits) Brain, Body and Mind (30 credits) Year 3 - Compulsory (Students must complete a total of 120 credits in the final year) Neuropsychology: The Healthy Brain and What Can Go Wrong With It (15 credits) Brain Disorders (30 credits) Year 3 dissertation modules - choose ONE module from the following: Psychology Dissertation (30 credits) Extended Psychology Dissertation (45 credits) Year 3 - Optional Professional Practice (30 credits) Year 3 - Autumn term modules - Block 1: a maximum of one module may be taken Advanced Qualitative Research Methods (15 credits) Critical Forensic Psychology (15 credits) Applying Health Psychology to Behaviour Change (15 credits) Neuropsychology: The Healthy Brain and What Can Go Wrong With It (15 credits) Year 3 - Autumn term modules - Block 2: a maximum of one module may be taken Visual Psychology: Arts, Film and Photography in Psychology (15 credits) Social, Cultural & Community Mental Health (15 credits) Year 3 - Autumn term modules - Block 3: a maximum of one module may be taken Creativity & Imagination (15 credits) Psychology in Education (15 credits) How to Do Cognitive Neuroscience (15 credits) Year 3 - Spring term modules - Block 4: a maximum of one module may be taken Psychology of Music (15 credits) Key Issues and Controversies in the Psychology of Elite Sport Performance (15 credits) Neuropsychology of Language and Communication (15 credits) Primatology (15 credits) Year 3 - Spring term modules - Block 5: a maximum of one module may be taken Coaching Psychology (15 credits) The Science of Intimate Relationships (15 credits) Fundamentals of Cognition: Human memory (15 credits) Lifespan Stages: Adult stages of development (15 credits) Year 3 - Spring term modules - Block 6: a maximum of one module may be taken Therapeutic Psychology (15 credits) The Psychology of Stress, Motivation and Work-Life Balance (15 credits) Evolutionary Approaches to Behaviour (15 credits) Lifespan Issues: Impact of Life Experience (15 credits)
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
- Year 2
Entry requirements listed are accurate at the time of publishing and vary between programmes. Please check your chosen course page for specific entry requirements. Depending on your chosen course, we also consider a combination of qualifications. The latest entry requirements can be found on the course page at: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/psychology-with-neuroscience We have a personalised admissions approach in which we make fair, but aspirational offers to our applicants. We feel it’s important that you continue to aim high and achieve great results. If you don’t quite make the grades you hoped to, we’ll look at more than your qualifications when making our final decision. We’ll take into consideration any barriers you may have faced in your learning, especially with potential disruption due to the coronavirus, your achievements in other areas and your personal statement. At Middlesex, we’ll always aim to be as flexible as possible. We pride ourselves on how we recognise potential in our applicants, and support them to succeed in the future.
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English language requirements
|IELTS (Academic)||6||With a minimum of 5.5 in each component|
|TOEFL (iBT)||72||With at least 17 in listening & writing, 20 in speaking and 18 in reading|
|PTE Academic||51||With at least 51 in all components|
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|